SAS posted SEK9.3b net loss for year ended October 31 (vs SEK621m profit a year ago) on 55.5% lower revenues. It has initiated process for early phase out of 21 older/less fuel-efficient aircraft, including 15 737NGs, five A340s and one A330.

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